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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 9, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM | Wednesday, November 9, 2011 | 3 HOW TO SUBMIT AN OBITUARY  ■    By Email — obits<®herald zeitunq com  ■    By Ttltphon« --Gall 625-9144, ext 214 (Saturday e nhitiimies mpiiidfidvprtispm  roi)\v'ssKiiVii:KS  ■    CASTILLO, Teresa. Visitation and service, 1-5 p m.,  Hosanna Baptist Church  ■    HOLZMANN, Mary Ann. Visitation, 2-7 p.m. at Tres H ewe 11 Mortuary  ■    SCHULTZE, Lee Jay. Visitation, 5"7 p m Porter Loring Mortuary North  Lee Jay Schuitze  Like my h.ind, w.ilk this ro.id ot htc with me. All I'll ever nct'd is vou With mr." Ice |,iy, loving hus-f),ind, daddy fo tour bcaufitii! ( hil-drcn and best Iricnd to them all. 1 le left this life suddenly to entc'r into ( lod's waiting .urns. îhe grcNìtest joy in his lite was walrhing as his ( hil-dr('fi grew into the loving individuals tlrey wer(> ( reat(“d to b(*. I le s|)ent time t(M( b-ing them to fish, hunt, and (beerf'd them on as th(>y excelled in sports and s( bool as leaders. 11 is l.uigbter and [)lavtulness tilled our home with love.  ihe most v.iluable gitt I ee lav itnp.irted, liovvev-er, was Ins uti( onditioiial love; .iKvays <omp.ission-ate, loving, and lorgiving (|Ui(klv. lee lay w.is iilw.iys there tor .invone wlio ni'eded bun; whether It w.is to lend <i bel|)ing band, otter an e.ir to listen, sb.tie sound advKc troni his luMrt ot simpiv be a shoulder to ( f\ on.  1 lis ( om|)iissron,ite he.irt (‘\tended to l)oth burn.ins and animals. It w.is not uncommon tor him to l>ring bonif a wounded bird to nurture ti) be.iltb, a str.tv dog in need ot a home or a ( .it th.it would ( l.nm bim. It'*' soi h.ud to understand ubv su( b a loving h(',irt would stop IxMting so suddenK, vet still \\(' tiust in ( .Oil's \\ ill,  1 lis ( .ircer W.IS in gro ( cry s.iles b.i\ ing workf'd tor I’epsi, ( ()k(\ <ind ( ur rentiv Big Red 7 Up ot South h'x.is 1|(' was e\( elleni <it Ins |ol), a b.rrd worker, and v\.is atw.rvs willing to sb.iic lus v.ist knowb'dge with those new t( ) th(‘ trade. I Ic w.is  pr(‘( eded in death by his t.rther, ( leburne Sc huitze; f.ither-in-law, Kolland I reed; nephew, loshua Mcurin I (‘e lay is survived by bis wit(', Mirhelh' Schult/e; cbil dren, ( onnor, Nath,in,  I .nth, and labi.in S( bult/e; mother, Annie S( bult/e; sister, Stephanie \h‘urin and Id I’errv; brothers, Britt <Si wite, \tarl(»n(‘, Bri.in Si wite, I’am; motber-in-law, Ann I recMl; nephews and nic‘c e, Bryc e S( bult/(', Brrndan Schuitze and w ite, Missv, ( bristopher S( bult/c‘ Si w Ite, Kim, katelynn Sc bultze .incl Ic'remy Mc'urin; num(>rous trrc'nds .ind tarnilv.  Ihe t.imilv wrll rec (mvc* Iric'nds trom rOO P.M to ":()() I’.M., Wcdnesd.n, Nov(Miil)er , J0 1 1 at I'orter l oring Mortuarv North. A memorial servu e w ill bc‘ hc'lcl at I: U) |).m. Muirsd,i\, Novcmbc'r 10, 201 1 <it the I irst Baptist ( burc h ot IJnivnrs.il ( it\, 1401 I’.it Bookc'r Ko.id. I ).ivid I indow and lobn ( .innon will otiiciate. In licHi ol llowcMs, mcnnori.il ( ont r iluitioris c an l)c* m.ule to t ('C' la\ s c bildren at K.indolph Brooks Ic'd c'r.il ( redit llnion. You .ire iivvitc'd to sign the* (iUC‘Stl)ook    .It  w ww.|)ort(‘rloring.c om.  Deanna Wilson Tidwell  1)CM n 11,1 VVi Ison I id well, ,igc> {(), ot ( loMs, New \ie\ic o. went into rc'st on Sundav, Novem bc-r (), JOl 1 . .It Pl.iins Kc'gion.il Medii .ll ( c'ntcT in ( lovis, N\t Shc' was born I )c'( einbi'r 1 ‘•r’4 iri Mc,\I1cmi, Ic'xas to Don.ild 1. .111(1 Pin Ills I Robinson) Wilson Si, DcMiina gr.idu.ited from New Bra un teds I ligh Sc bool. She mc)vc‘d to ( lovrs in I She m.irric'd Kol)ert iidwc‘11 on luK 1 1 in ( lo-vis, NM. She was ,i boriieni.iker and a won-dc'rful mother. Slu‘ ('n)oyed musK , arts and c r.itts.  She* IS sLirvi\ecl by bcvr husband, Robert Ticlwc'll, ol the* home'; tliree sons, Patrick I bom,is, Br.indon Thom.is, and Matt be w' Thomas, of ( lovis, NM; her inolber, Phyllis  koberts ot New Br.uin-tc’ls, f \; one brother, Donald l . Wrlson Ir. ol Ncnv Br,iuntc‘ls, IX; onc* sisf(>r, 1 )cbra VVilson Bov-cM ot New Braunlels, I X; two riic't c's, Aubrc'e Boy-CM ,ind ( .iitlyn Bover .ind numerous grcMt aunts, uiu les, ,ind c ousins.  Sc'rvicc's will bc‘ held ,it 2:00 p.m. on Iburs-dav, November 10, 201 1 at Steed-Todd lunc'ral Home ( hapel w'itb Pas-tor Bruc c' Kirbv ottic lat ing. (iraveside st'rvicc' wi'll bc- hc'ld .11 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, Novembc'r 12, 201 I at llill ( oun-try Memorial (iardcMis, Nc'w Br.iunfels, Texas.  Arrangements .ire undc'r tbe c art' and dirc'c -lion of Stec*ci-Todd Funer-al Home ( rc'mation, 800 t . Manana Blvd., ( I o V' i s, N C' w Mexico 7() V-S54 1. You may aiso sign tbe guc'stbook onlinc' at www'.stec'cl-toclcl.c oni.  LIBERTY SaxM* llu* l  BISTRO ..............  •    liil)un < lll|M>|l( |{iii;i.‘l  •    ( llK Ivt'M l’.l'l. •1 i>l. l a. ..w  •    w (MmI I ll'ctl l*l//;l  ‘Boonis loi- ]Mi'>in<‘,ss mccliiitis  ^Àveum in] N«u>  We Want to Make You a Loan  • No Checking Account Needed • Usually 30 Minute Service  STOP BY TODAY FOR FAST CASH!  205IH-35 W. Ste205-D, New Braunfels * (830) 627>8800  Cool front brills little rain  Winds expected to fuel fire danger, allergies over the next few days  By Draw Stone  Ttie Herald Zeitling  Tuesd.iy's drizzles will c ontinuc to inc onvenien< c> New Br.iiintels residents throughout the d.iy toda\  Attc'r ,il)out .1 month ot dry wc'.ither, c old rams swc’pt through (orn.il ( ountv luc'sda) .ilternoon before dis.ipixMring .iround 2:50 p.rn Ihe ram was light and did not sub mc‘rgc‘ N(>w Br.mntcls or c reat(‘ unnec c'ss.iry b.iz ards, but c'xpt'rls s.n its .itter-c’ttec ts could still pro vide a nuisanc e tor a nurn ber ot residents, me luding |MK)r ro.id c onditions rind ,i sharp me revise in .illergcns.  "During this time ot vcvir when vvcMtbcT < oridilions shift, people with .illergic's  ,ind asthm.i c ,in bc* affe*c t^ c'd by thè v.irr.ible« weath e*r, ' s.iid Dr Priy.ink.i C'iup 1.1 ot ( enlr.it fex.is Allc'rgy ,ind Astimi.1, "l ight r.iin ( ari 'wash' thè .iir of its pollc'ii .Hid tempor.inly telie‘ve> allc'rgy suite‘rers ori thè s.irne note', mold sporcvs Ibrivc* oii ground d<im[)C'n('d b\ r.nn or tlo( xling (lupta addc'd windv c onditioris .ilso pl.iy a role in aggr.iy.iling allergie rcMc tions In spre.ielmg sporca through th(‘ ,iir Aslhm.i suf tc'rc'rs c'spec i.ilK m.iy tc'(>l tlve c'ftec ts .is tlii> moisturc' .Ilici drop in tc’mper.iture c .m e ause ,i number (>1 "astbni.i iriggc'i'-."  ( )ttic lalK, .02 m( hes ot ram tc'll .il thè New- Brami  fels Airport, Nalumal We.itht'r Sc'rvic e metc'or ologist Am.incla lanning s.iid  l.inning s.nd lufsd.iy's high rcMc bed 80, bul tc>m |M‘r.iture‘s won't c orne .mv wherc' ne.ir ih.it over IIh' next sevc'r.il da\s "Pe'c»[)le should cxpec t lo s(‘(* tem[)c'ralur('s m tbe 40s when they w<ik(' uf) m the morning," sh<* said "íVVrdnc'sd.iv's j high should be .iround (T), dip to ,ibi)ut Wedne‘sd.iv night and rCMc h (W) on Ibursd.iy.  fanning s.nd lluirsd.n n I gilt's low will be around 4 1 whic b would be« the arc.t's scHond Irc'cving tc'tn pcT.ilurc' this Kill,  NWS lorci .jsict |oc  Baskin s.nd be( .lusc* ot ilie wincK conditions ovc'r ihe next tew d.iys, residcMils sfiould be' on lire v\.)l< h and K'tram troni creating ,in\ s|).irks outside'  As ot late' luc'sd.n .illcr noon, < omal ( ount\ She'r iff's I )c'partmc>rit 11 Mark Resnolds s.nd no rnaior .le c idcnts h.id bee'n report c'cl f lowcver lie enc oui age'd drivers lo re-m.iin delensivc' as some ro.id w,i\ s l.ikc' longer to div up lb.in olhens  '1 )nvers shi )ulcl be exlr.i ( .lulious," Re\Holds s.nd It t.ikes tW K e ,ls long to s|o|) 'when ihc' ro.icls are slic ki, so |us| give* \ourselt the exlf.i s|),i( e. \oii ( ,in s.ive vours(4l .ind s.ive sornetrne e'lse tl vou do "  Can ban opponent has sign stolen from business  By Daiondo Moultrie  ftieHeiHld /('itunq  When a Nc'w Brauntels business owner who oppose's tlic' e ilv s pl.inned (.111 b.in IcMrned who stole' a jiolilic .il sign trom outside' his bust nc'ss, be dc‘c ide'd to torgo <inv prose'c ution, .i polu e> spokc'sman s.iid,  "He iilrc'.idv signed ,in .ittid.nil ol non prosee ii lion," ( .ipI |ohn Me 1 )on.tld ol the' New Braunlels Polic e Depart tiu'nl s.iid liK'sd.iv .liter noon.  i\U 1 )onald s.iid ow n  STUDiNTS  Continued fiom pnge 1  "1 ean s,i\ that l.iw entorc emc'nt was e .ilk'd on both situ.liions and thc'v took < .ire ol it liom iherc'"  ( iling |u\(M)il(' c onli dentialilv l.iws poln c' w ithhe'ld tlu' identittes ( >1 both bovs.  Ihe lirst incident oc c urred about 1:2^) p rn.  I rid.n, w he'll polie c' were' c .lik'd to .111 .iss.uill .It the' school, loc atc'd at S, ( lUe'iithe'r Ave'. Me I )on-.ild said the* rc'spoiuling olfice'rs learnc'd th.il a boy who missed .i sche)(^l m.ind.ile'd C've'iil bc'c .line upset .IS ,1 teacbc'r tric'd lo rc'fiii m.ind him.  "As we vvc'rc' e'li route, the' sc hool W.IS trying to rc'move him I torn the* c lassroom to kec'p him trom disturbing otlic'r stu-  ^ufa  Thurs., November 17, 2011 6:00 lo 9:00 pm  Civic Center  Reservations are due by November 11, 2011  c'ts ,it ( hue k's lubc's, 4'» 5 N M.irke't St., e .lught a woman on vidc'e) surveil I,me C' ( amcM.is .ibenit 12:')0 .1.111. Mon el.IV sie.iltng .) (.ini[),iign sign Irorn outside» the liusi-ness.  1 hc' 4 loot bv 4 loot sign W.IS m opposition to the c tlv s pl.mnc'd iiari < it elispos.ilile* leiod .mcl bc'v C'r.ige e (int.iinc'ts on ihc* ( omal ,ind (luacl.ilupe-ttve'rs m Nc'w Br.uintels She' s s<‘C'n going on the' pore h ot the' businc'ss t.iking the' 4 b\ 4 sign s.iv mg (d<' Ag.imst the  dc'tils," M( De)n.ild s.nd I Ic' .issiiiilted .1 le'.u her bv sirtknig bet in the-( best 1 w 1 ( e' with h 1 s b.inels,"  Hc' said the* 1 i-ve.ir old bov s\\ inig I he' le.K hc'i into .1 vv.i 11. Anothe'i tc'a« he>r got involve'd .ind the' bov k I( keel pulie hc'tl .i nd piishc'el fic'r .is well, Me I )e)t).ild s.nd lour le.ic hc'ts vvc't e bolding llie bov vvbc'ti oltie c'rs .litive'd ( )ttie e'ts elet.iirie'd the' bov .rnel turnc'd him over to the' (.u<id.ilu|)C' County juvc' nilc' probation oftic e', \U Donald said,  ()ttic e'rs vvc'rc' e .illc'd to Ne'w Br.iuntc'ls Middle Se hool ag.iin .ibout 5:0S I ni. Monday vvhc'ti thev e.irned a 12 vc'arold bov b.id .iggrc'sstvelv thrown Ins book, A lemale leae hc't vve'iil to c .il 1 .inothc'r se hot)l em|ilovc‘e' tor he'l|) ,ind  aáQWNTOWN  ^'^DEWALK  SALE!!!  B.in," Me I )on,ild s.iid He s.iiil p<)|ie e' le'.irnc'd ol lhe> thc'lt Ic'ss th.in 1,? hours alte't it b.ip|>e‘rie'el ( >tlie C'rs wc'ttl te) the bust nc'ss .ibe)iit 12:10 |),m Me md.iv te )t .1 repe )rt e il ,i llic'tl. Me Donald said Pedic e> lele'titllu'd the' suspe'c t .IS Rebee e a Su/.mne' Bov ic', I !, oi Ne'W Br.iiinte'ls .uiel vve'tit lo he>r home' lues d.iv. Me 1 )()n,ild saiel Ilf s,nd the si^d w.is hang ing treirn ihe« woman ^ troni pe>re h ,mcl she (on te'sse'd le) t.iking it No e h.irgc's \\ etc 11 le-d  "the betv e h.irged her ,ind punt liC'd her m the fighi Siele ot lie't mouth u ilh ,1 c lose'd list, Me I lon.ild s,iid, .iclclmg the' pune lies dre'vv blooel  Ihe' be)v lilt lite le-rn.ile Ic'.u hc'r in the* stoin.ie h with Ins c'lbe)W bc'te)ie’ pe)lit e* rc'sti.imé'd him .inel tra iispeit ted him to ( iti.iel.ilupe' ( ountv s juvenile' probatie)!! e)llte e Me 1 lem.ild s.nd autlte)ri tie's tfu're woulel m.ike' the' eleterm 1 n.it ion wIh'IIu'i the' bov we)uld be rc'lc'iised to liis p,ti C'nts' c ustodv evr ele’t.imc'd ( 0111,11 ( e)untv e hie'l  Heart of Texas Cremations  Direct ( renialKni  $775.00  le ,>m|)lcic)  ri 1)50" loru Ih'tirtottfMih ri'iiuittiuh i cun C.all or sec wclvMtv toi elct.iils  .ig.imsi Be)vlc'  'V\he>n we* ( e )nt,1e ted Ihe V It tini ,mel told him we wete .ibout to put this perse)!! m j.tll, OIK e' he lounel e)ul who il is, bc' det lele'd lu' ne) itmgc't v\,nite'e| lo ptoset iile,' Me I lot).del said 'He' le)lel us be( ,uise the |)ets( m is on the same' side he’  I ^"  Polle e le)ok tin; si^n li(,)m tlie' \\()in,m  \ rne'ssage' lelt ,i t ( hiM k s lube's asking tlie ( )W ner lot e i )miiie'nt w.is not immedtale'lv reUirne'e! lue'sflav,  luve-nile [)i( ibalie)n otti e er K 1 IS h ibnsoit ( i m II t mi '( I bi >1 h bov s were t.ike'M lo the ' ( lU.ldalupe ( ountv luvenilc' I it'ten Item ( ente-r before bemg sent Ikitnt' w tlh the'ii p.it e'lits  Ihev e.K II h.iel hear mgs and wete' reliMsed e>n ( onditions pe'oelmg .id)udK ation" lohnson s.nd aelelmg tile' boys we‘M' i)i(le-reel to stav e>ut e)f !n )ublc', alleliel st he)e)l c've'tv el,IV and lolb)w simil.tt c oildltieitls 'A Itile' awaiting .iel|udic atte ut.  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